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In Kirovo-Chepetsk, volunteers rescued an emaciated cat locked in an apartment for a month

In Group “Dried/Kirovo-Chepetsk” told how the owner left the cat alone in the apartment for over a month. It happened in one of the houses in the city of Kirovo-Chepetsk.

As it became known from the discussion of this situation by the subscribers of the group, the man likes to drink, he left the house and locked up the cat. It happened on February 2. He never came back to the apartment.

The neighbors were aware and informed the volunteers of what was happening. Activists grabbed the owner’s phone and called him, trying to negotiate the animal’s transfer to them. The man did not deny that he was acting cruel and even agreed to hand the animal over to volunteers, but he cheated and did not come to the meeting.

The militants did not calm down, they knocked on every door asking for help. So they bypassed the management company, the police, the lifeguards, but they weren’t helped anywhere and were even extremely rude to them.

Realizing that they must act alone or the animal will die, the volunteers devised a rescue plan. The apartment was on the second floor of the house. They put a ladder to the window and lured a hungry cat through the window.

The animal is extremely emaciated and dehydrated, he was taken to the clinic, given the necessary injections, fed and watered.

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